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FAQ

How to remove “dead” PC`s from a scanning result.

Delete stored data.

Advanced IP Scanner -> Settings -> Options -> Misc -> Delete stored data.

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Advanced IP Scanner helpful tips & tricks

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About Radmin Club

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… and welcome!

Advanced IP scanner, Radmin and Radmin VPN were downloaded more than 50 million times so we assumed such a big community of IT specialists would be helpful.

How you can use this Community?

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Clear history

I work on networks behind other people and have to find what IP's are in use. I have been using the IP Scanner to do this. The only problem I have found is that the program seems to keep a history file. Most of the time I do not care what use to be on the network only what is currently active. Example: say yesterday I scanned a network and found unit 192.168.1.4 as it was active at the time. If I scan it today it will still show the .4 machine even if it's been turned off. Is there a way to clear the history? Or to have the scanner not show inactive devices?
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Unknown Device IP

I have a device on my network with blinking Ethernet port indicating that there's traffic. How can I search for the IP address when I do not even know the IP range? I have the MAC address if that can help. This is quite urgent and any help would be much appreciated.
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Command line option

Looking for a command line option to do the following:
A switch to load a text file with a list of hostnames or IP address
A switch to save to a file (and append as an option as well)
A switch to display the saved file
A switch to display results to screen

What this will do is allow me to schedule the task to run (at multiple times) and save each result to a file. Then the last time I run the task I can display the file.

I know this is a lot to ask, but just wanted to get it in the pipeline. Great tool for home use, thanks.
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